NBA's Top 5 player performances for Sunday, February 3

Kyrie Irving's 30 points on Sunday (Feb. 3) helped the Celtics defeat the Thunder. [Image via ESPN/YouTube screencap]
Kyrie Irving's 30 points on Sunday (Feb. 3) helped the Celtics defeat the Thunder. [Image via ESPN/YouTube screencap]

These five players gave impressive efforts to help their teams in Sunday's NBA games.

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There were just three games for Sunday's NBA schedule as the Super Bowl took priority in the sports world. However, there were at least five players on the hardwood who gave noteworthy performances. Among the winning teams were the Raptors, Celtics, and Grizzlies.

1

Kyrie Irving - Boston Celtics

The Celtics picked up a fourth win in a row on Sunday thanks to Uncle Drew. Irving posted 30 points and dished out 11 assists as his team beat the Thunder, 134-129.

2

Mike Conley - Memphis Grizzlies

Conley is one of those unsung heroes of the court who has been an All-Star and could help a team compete. The Grizzlies picked up a win 96-84 over New York on Sunday behind his 25 points, eight rebounds, seven assists, three steals, and one block.

3

Serge Ibaka - Toronto Raptors

While Kawhi Leonard put up 18 points in Sunday's Raptors' win, it was Serge Ibaka with the double-double effort. Ibaka tallied 16 points and grabbed 12 rebounds as part of Toronto's 121-103 win over the Clippers.

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